Smiling . . .

. . . is what I'm doing after a wonderful night. Melissa and Jessica were the champs and watched Kaelyn as Kelly and I went to see a movie. We haven't been to a movie theater since before Kaelyn was born, so we were due. Kel's choice to see the Will Ferrell flim Stranger Than Fiction. Since it's been out a few weeks nobody else wanted to see it so we had the whole theater to ourselves [I, however, received no hickies]. Great flick but I'll have some interesting social commentary about our cinematic experience tomorrow though.

We stopped by Steak 'N' Shake to pick up some shakes and made it home in time to watch some shows we DVR'd. Last night's Studio 60 was great; if you're not watching, you're missing out. I told you Sorkin dramas rock.

We also watched a half hour special Channel 9 aired tonight concerning the revitalization of Over-The-Rhine. The report was a very positive examination on how far this part of the urban core has progressed in the past five years. I can't remember the last time I watched a news station in this town report something positive about the city. Good things are happening, people. If interested, you can catch parts of Visions of Vine Street online.

So it was a great night that's left a grin on my face. And did I mention no hickies on my neck?